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UK Daily | July 31st 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. Chime Communications agrees to sell to WPP and Providence for £374m
2. To use Farage or not, that is the EU campaign question, public affairs firms say
3. David Cameron's 'swarm' comment on Calais migrants branded 'disgraceful'
4. Mecca Bingo lines up Havas as retained agency
5. Yelp removes barrage of 'media-fueled' reviews against dental practice owned by Cecil the Lion's killer
6. Agencies on board for LinkedIn's 'largest ever' UK consumer PR campaign
7. Ex-Tavistock boss John West launches Belvedere with Digicel among clients
8. Prince William's favourite burger stunt reaches 170m in Welsh Lamb campaign, PR firm claims
9. Manifest London hires Trish Champeneri of M&C Saatchi Sports & Entertainment
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Policing the blurred lines of 'control' between editorial and advertorial Policing the blurred lines of 'control' between editorial and advertorial
Recent breaches of the Committee of Advertising Practice code by bloggers show that the line between editorial and advertorial is being policed and PRs should be mindful of this when planning campaigns.
Five things you may have missed
1. J Austin & Associates ends work with Cecil the Lion's killer after one day
2. Associated Press appoints W to launch historical video channel on YouTube
3. WPP and Providence launch £350m bid for Chime Communications
4. Four agencies in the running for Vodafone consumer brief
5. Men earn almost £34,000 more than women in top PR jobs, government survey finds

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Competitive Package, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire
PR Associate Director (Business & Corporate) , Speed
£Competitive (depending on expereince), City of Bristol
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c £55,000, London (Central), London (Greater)
PR Account Manager - Luxury Property - £26-32k - London , Profiles Creative
£26000 - £32000 per annum, City of London
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£35000 - £40000 per annum, City of London
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